About Me


My name is George Parigian Jr.  I am age 61 and have lived in the Boston area all of my life. I have many interests in addition to antiaging, health and wellness, such as strength training, history, reading, music, movies, restaurants and theater.
My Strength Training Background

I am a personal trainer, (NSCA-CPT) certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association. I participated in track and field while in High School and that was the beginning of my interest in competitive sport.

While at Northeastern University I went on to a very successful career in the demanding sport of Powerlifting, eventually achieving “elite” ranking in two weight classes (181lbs & 198lbs), earned All American status while at Northeastern University and finally won the United States National Championships in 1981 in Boise Idaho!

I met many knowledgeable people in Powerlifting, some even having achieved Ph D’s in sports and health sciences, and learned much from them. For me, strength and health is a lifelong passion.

My Mission…

My “ultimate” goal is to discover the reason why we age and to develop a strategy to defeat the aging process. While many people believe this is not possible (at least not yet) I believe that by aiming high, we will achieve more than we ever thought possible!

This website about “antiaging hacks” is a natural extension of my search for better and more effective ways to achieve antiaging in the truest sense of the word! Through this site I intend to share with you the knowledge I have gained over the years, so that you will be empowered to take charge of your own health and improve the quality of your lives.

I am involved in a never-ending search for new and better antiaging solutions, which will be shared with all of you in this website. I will work to provide innovative information on anti-aging, wellness, and increased performance that you can utilize to make and keep yourself healthy, active, and happy well into advanced age!

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